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$59.88 Freeman Professional Woodworker Special 2-Piece Kit with Fasteners +FS

HomeDepot offers the Freeman Professional Woodworker Special 2-Piece Kit with Fasteners for $59.88 (reg. $147.86) with free shipping. 

Ends: 07/06/16

Product Description:
The Freeman 2-Piece Professional Woodworker Special Kit with Fasteners is an excellent trim and hobby kit. With these Professional quality tools, you can easily tackle a variety of projects in cabinetry, crafts, furniture repair, picture frames and trim work. These nailers feature oil-free operation that requires no regular maintenance and eliminates the risk of stains on project surfaces. Freeman tools are equipped with Teflon O-rings, 1-piece drive blades, air filters and dust caps for total convenience. They also feature die-cast aluminum construction with anodized aluminum parts for lightweight durability, while the soft-grip handles allow for stable control and comfort during extended use.
  • Includes 18-Gauge 2 in. brad nailer, 23-Gauge 1 in. strip headless pin nailer, 1000 count 1-1/2 in. 18-Gauge brad nails, 2000 count 1 in. x 23-Gauge glue collated pin nails, oil and wrenches
  • 18-Gauge 2 in. brad nailer features quick-release function for easy use
  • Oil-free operation eliminates the need for regular maintenance
  • Anodized aluminum cylinder provides a more durable surface when piston is firing and retracting during use, reducing wear-and-tear on internal parts
  • Teflon O-rings provide less wear-and-tear on cylinders and pistons, ensuring longer life on internal wearable parts
  • Air filter and anti-dust cap prevent debris from entering nailer to maintain peak performance
  • Durable aluminum construction is lightweight for easy use
  • Soft-grip handles offer comfort and control
  • 7-year limited warranty

Category: Tools & Home Improvement

Posted on 23 June 2016, 04:28 AM
Alfonso 30 Jun 2016, 2:13 PM
7year warranty sounds like a good thing
Thomas R
Thomas R 28 Jun 2016, 1:52 PM
Anybody have any experience with the brand